ANGELINE GERVACIO

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Tuesday this week, the Azkals pulled a late comeback in their match against Tajikistan to seal their entry into the AFC Asian Cup. I was fortunate enough to witness as history unfold and I must say, it was great seeing the rising number of football fans coming out to support…

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It was last Wednesday when the collegiate volleyball landscape kept shifting as the University of the East’s women’s volleyball team bagged their first win at the end of the first round of eliminations in the 80th season of the UAAP. They played against the Adamson Lady Falcons and to the…

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BELLFLOWER, CA: Talk about PyeongChang 2018 has been buzzing all week long and what’s surprising is how our country, which only has the wet and dry seasons, has in fact athletes competing in the Winter Olympics. I was able to speak with Jim Apelar, president of the Philippine Ski Federation…

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In 2015, Bea Tan, Gretchen Ho, Fille Cainglet-Cayetano, Charo Soriano and I came together to bring to fruition a new vision for beach volleyball in the country. Fueled by our passion for volleyball, we saw an opportunity to provide an avenue for beach volleyball players to develop and excel in…

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LAST WEEK Hidilyn Diaz, our first female athlete to win an Olympic medal, took to Twitter telling netizens that the reason why we only bag few medals in international competitions like the SEA Games or the Olympics, is because of the dire condition captured in a photo attached to her…

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The first Thursday of the year was the opening day of the 93rd season of the NCAA volleyball tournament. Held at the Fil-Oil Flying V Centre in San Juan, athletes from member schools were present together with their coaches as well as their schoolmates. Also in attendance was no less…

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There is no doubt that as soon as the UAAP basketball season ended, Filipino sports fans knew that volleyball would be the next under the spotlight comes February. Although Ateneo ended its five-year championship drought defeating De La Salle earlier this month, most of the netizens expect the latter would…

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Christmas couldn’t have come any sooner for Filipino basketball fans as they were given a treat by the ultimate collegiate rivals: the Ateneo Blue Eagles and De La Salle Green Archers. It was the first Sunday of December when these superb teams extended the championship series to a final do-or-die…

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Last Sunday was the culmination of the BanKo Perlas Spikers’ Guam tour. The team, which competes in the Premier Volleyball League, flew to the island to conduct a three-day indoor volleyball clinic to middle school and high school kids, as well as to participate in exhibition games sponsored by Hydrate…

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Traffic has been the most frustrating problem in the metro. In 2015, Waze, a GPS-based navigation app conducted a survey whose results said that Manila has the “worst traffic on Earth.” Hence, a few months ago, our government signed a deal with Singapore to help formulate solutions on how to…

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